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Mayweather-Pacquiao: Five things we learned

You don't have to like him, but Floyd Mayweather (48-0, 26 KOs) proved over 12 rounds why he's the best boxer of his day.

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Brewers fire Roenicke, set to hire Counsell

The Milwaukee Brewers have fired manager Ron Roenicke, president and general manager Doug Melvin announced Sunday night, hours after the team's 5-3 victory over the Cubs in Chicago.

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Clips' Paul questionable for Game 1 vs. Rockets

The Los Angeles Clippers have officially listed star point guard Chris Paul as questionable for Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets on Monday.


LeBron ditched headband to match teammates

LeBron James' decision to ditch his patented headband stemmed from a desire to match his Cleveland Cavaliers teammates, according to a report by the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao

SC gets look at Mayweather and his $100M check (0:25)


Sunday's MLB Highlights

Astros win 10th straight (0:52)


SportsCenter Clips

McIlroy wins WGC-Cadillac Match Play (1:56)


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Watch: Daredevils fielders fall over each other (0:21)



Astros are hot, but can they keep it up?

The Astros won their 10th straight game Sunday, but BBTN's Aaron Boone says Houston's 18-7 start isn't sustainable: "I ultimately don't think they get to the postseason this year. But this team is for real ... and they're doing it in so many different ways."


Brewers (7-18) fire Roenicke

Brewers GM Doug Melvin said of the team's decision to fire manager Ron Roenicke after Sunday's win: "Over roughly the last 100 games, we have not performed at the level that we should. It's all about wins and losses, and after the first month of play this year we didn't see the progress and improvement we had hoped for." Story

Most improved teams after draft

Without actually seeing the players in action, it's impossible to judge which team did the best in the NFL draft -- but we can speculate anyway. Check out Todd McShay's most improved team in each division. The 8 (Insider)

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Philly shop offers jersey insurance

For just $10, if you buy a player's jersey and he leaves the team within 18 months, you can bring in your receipt to buy another jersey for half price. Go get those Bradford and Tebow jerseys, folks! (via MyFoxPhilly)

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Lightning take two on the road

Steven Stamkos snapped his postseason scoreless skid with a second-period goal, Nikita Kucherov netted two goals, and the Lightning rolled past the Canadiens to steal both games in Montreal.


Brandon Prust rips referee after loss

The Canadiens' winger on referee Brad Watson: "I thought the original call was kind of soft and I let him know on the way to the penalty box. He kept provoking me. He came to the box and called me every name in the book. ... I wasn’t looking at him. He teed me up. That’s the ref he is. He tries to play God. He tries to control the game and he did that tonight." Habs' frustration

McIlroy adds another WGC trophy

Rory McIlroy beat Gary Woodland 4-and-2 in the final of the WGC-Cadillac Match Play championship, his second WGC win. Only Tiger Woods (18) and Geoff Ogilvy (3) have more WGC titles.


Vonn, Woods end relationship

Citing their "hectic lives," skier Lindsey Vonn and golfer Tiger Woods have broken up. Vonn posted the news on Facebook, and Woods followed up with a statement on his website.

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Beal's 28 points sparks Game 1 win

Wizards G Bradley Beal erupted for a game-high 28 in his team's 104-98 win over the Hawks. Beal suffered an ankle sprain in the fourth quarter.


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Hawks' bench looks lost

Atlanta's starters dominated in the time they shared the court Sunday ... but that time was just 18 minutes. That has to change if the Hawks want to win this series, writes Kevin Arnovitz. More court time needed


Cardinals walk off again ... and again

Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times? That's a trend. For the third consecutive game, the Cardinals walked off in extra innings. Kolten Wong's homer in the 14th gave St. Louis a sweep of Pittsburgh.


Howell's amazing no-look tag

Yasmani Grandal was the hero of the Dodgers' win with a walk-off HR in the bottom of the 13th, but it wouldn't have been a game winner if not for this run-saving tag by J.P. Howell in the top of the inning.


Wild can't solve Chicago

Minnesota has played eight playoff games in the United Center, and the Wild have lost all eight. Now down 2-0 in the series, they’ll have to solve their Windy City woes at least once if they want to advance.


Ducks' postseason run continues

Frederick Andersen (30 saves) and Anaheim put together a 3-0 win over Calgary in Game 2. The Ducks haven’t lost since April 8 and are a perfect 6-0 this postseason.


LeBron ditched headband for teammates

LeBron James gave up his trademark headband back in March and hasn't worn it since. He told the Cleveland Plain Dealer: "I did it because I just wanted to look like my teammates. Just wanted to be one. Nothing more than that."

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Pardon the interruption? GS fans won't

Grizzlies guard Tony Allen interrupted a timeout performance by children and then was later booed by fans -- including one annoyed spectator giving Allen two thumbs down -- as the Grizzlies guard shot free throws.


Money on the mind

What does a $100,000,000 check look like? Floyd Mayweather knows, and he showed off that check to Steve Levy and Joe Tessitore on SportsCenter.


Buzz on the beer mile

One mile, four beers and one controversial world record. The beer mile has gained popularity and one racer is described as: "our sport's Jesus, but with more miracles."


Andersen, Ducks smother Flames 3-0

Frederik Andersen turned away all 30 shots he faced for his first career playoff shutout, and Matt Beleskey scored the opening goal as the Ducks took a 2-0 series lead. Anaheim has won its first six games of the postseason. Box score

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Yankees start hot, outlast Red Sox

Andrew Miller loaded the bases in the bottom of the ninth and the winning run came to the plate, but the Yankees held on to defeat the Red Sox 8-5 and sweep the series. It's New York's first 3-game sweep at Fenway since 2006.


Ducks double advantage in third

Hampus Lindholm takes a drop pass from Corey Perry and slots it past Karri Ramo for his first career postseason goal. Anaheim leads 2-0 with less than 10 minutes remaining. Follow live